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Owners of the schooner Henry O. Barrett..

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims

Owners of the schooner Henry O. Barrett..

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Claims,
  • Merchant marine -- Safety measures,
  • Ships

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRelief of owners of schooner Henry O. Barrett, damaged by collision with U.S.S. Ozark
    SeriesH.rp.608
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination3 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16133652M

    (7). Early Bermuda Records – , A Guide to Parish and Clergy Registers by Archibald Cameron Hollis Hollett, (out of print – not seen but snippets on Google Books show many Tatem entries, with one being Ann Knowles - Samuel Tatem 4 March (page 19) 4 – . John and Henry Way, boat keepers, Petty Harbour, employed Huge Kennedy last year and paid him with a bill of exchange which was then protested. Gill is requested to take as much the effects of John and Henry Way as will pay the wages owed to Kennedy. .

    Nick King, working for a consortium of ship owners, teams up with Admiral Henry Fox in dealing with problems that occur on the St. Lawrence Seaway. Fox is a government official, bringing a legal aspect to bringing things to a conclusion. Stars: Stephen Young, Austin Willis, Jonathan White, Cec Linder. Votes: An Account of the Proceedings on the Trial of Susan B. Anthony on the Charge of Illegal Voting at the Presidential Election in Nov., , and on the Trial of Beverly W. Jones, Edwin T. Marsh and William B. Hall, the Inspectors of Election by Whom Her Vote Was Received (Rochester, NY: Daily Democrat and chronicle book print, ), contrib. by.

    The schooner Rose, G. Thom, master, is supposed to have foundered at sea in the gale in which the Henry was lost, and which was so nearly proving fatal to the Mary. Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 3 December , Page 2. One of their sons, James, married Charlotte Coombes and stayed in Gillingham farming acres and employed three men in Their daughter, Miriam, married John Goddard and emigrated to Clinton, Iowa, USA in , followed by another grandson of James .


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Owners of the schooner Henry O. Barrett. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims Download PDF EPUB FB2

Add tags for "In the District Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in admiralty, Luka Bachich er "Henry O.

Barrett," Dredge "Columbia" and Steam Tug "James McCaulley," no. 19 ofAmerican Dreding Company v. Schooner "Henry O. Barrett" and the Steam Tug "James McCaulley," no. 21 ofElliott W. Rogers, master, etc., v. Deed Book 9,p.1, Emancipation of Reuben by Patrick Henry at the time of his death possessed of a Mulatto man named Reubin by his last will set free two slaves.

signed Dorothea widow of said Patrick Henry. Will Book 2,p, James Tarpley my Negro woman Fann shall be free 1 January boy Daniel proved 6 February. Available in PDF format. Click on a link within a category to begin the download process.

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Click to download (91K); 2 pages in English. The following is information found in the records of the National Archives and Records Administration. It identifies the record group and series, with brief descriptions and locations.

It does not provide actual documents. Some of the records are microfilmed, and have been noted. For further insight, see Walter B. Hill Jr.'s Prologue article on this 21, Waddell, W.

New York. Relative to the "Weathergage.". mentioned: Samuel Barrett, Nathaniel Fellows, Henry Bass: Boston, MA: 29 December William Heath: Power of Attorney to William Heath, Jr: printed form filled in witnessed by John Read and Thomas Clarke: Roxbury, MA: 1 August Elijah Leftwich and James H Leftwich: Promissory note to James Powell, Exec.

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Henry True Descendants on the Frontier: Genealogy of the Family of True by Elinor O. Merrill True, Kingston, NH, p. Henry is first recorded in America in Salem, Massachusetts, by the purchase of a house according to a deed dated Aug "I, Edward Gibens, doe acknowleg Deed or Bill of Sale to have Received of Henry Trew of Salem.

Index to Heard County WillsBook I. Henry County Records Available to Members of Georgia Pioneers. Henry County Marriage Contracts found in Deeds and Other Documents. Index to Henry County Wills and Bonds, Index to Henry County Wills, Book A. The fall quarterly meeting of the society was held at Padanaram in the afternoon, in two sessions: first a clambake at "Laban's Folly" Hotel, and second, a historical meeting, held in the Yacht club house, by courtesy of the club.

Schooner Nancy bound for Port Roseway Joseph Duffey. John Daniel, 31, stout B fellow, (Joseph Durffey). Free born in New Providence. GBCP. Jacob Somerset, 21, stout B, fellow, (Joseph Durffey).

Formerly slave to William Somerset, Charlestown, South Carolina; left him 5 years ago. GBCP. John Gibbons, 43, stout B fellow, (Joseph Durffey). One entry was a schoolhouse bill.

Although this small book is undated, the ship C. Morrison was built in and sold inthe schooner Flying Dutchman was launched in and the schooner Merom mentioned in the book is most likely the schooner built for Minott in One large ledger with missing boards gives accounts for goods sold.

Mary was the daughter of a former Suffolk pirate. Mary's husband Sir Henry Killigrew, a former pirate himself, was made a Vice-Admiral by Queen Elizabeth I and tasked with suppressing piracy. Whenever her husband went to sea, Mary engaged in piracy using the staff of her castle (Arwenack Castle in Cornwall) as crew and possibly with the Queen's.

There is one account for the schooner Ella Brown paid to C. Mansfield on Janu in the account book (boxfolder 4).

Also, there are five retail dealer licenses for D. Sawyer’s general store before he went into business with his brother (boxfolder 7) as well as a Merchants Retail Commercial Agency certificate for D.

It is planned to make at a later date an index of Owners and Masters. The number of items entered for each year is the number of documents, not of complete returns.

In some cases there may be only a single sheet recording the release of a crew member; on the other hand, in later years, several documents sometimes make up one crew list. Full text of "History of Henry County, Illinois" See other formats.

TRAIL. Killyleagh & Kilmore: of Tullychin; b.son of James Trail of Beleg, Denino, Fife, Scotland & his 1st wife Matilda Melville of Randerston; granted Drumnaconnor & Raleagh townlands as reward for service in Rebellion; married Mary (daughter of John Hamilton of Monella /Hamiltons' Bawn, Co.

Armagh) 21 Mar ; High Sheriff in ; died 18 May ; father of James b. 2 Jun. The yacht owners kept that dark, they didn’t want to be laughed at for one thing, and another, the rich folk are mortally afraid of the poor folk suddenly rising and batting them over the head on the drink question, and I’ve just been thinking, boys, that when Vanderdecken’s led back to ’Frisco, there’ll be no penitentiary for him.

A list of passengers from Londonderry to New York, on the ship AMERICAN, sworn at Londonderry, 31 March Hi, got this from GENIRE and transcribed from a book called "Handbook on Irish Genealogy" by Donald F. Begley, posted by: (Alison Davies) Patk.

New York Census Records. New York Census Edition Map. This is a name index to persons living in Ogden, NY as recorded in the census; indexed by Donald Specht.

New York Church Records. Historical sketch of the Church of St. Antony of Padua, Brooklyn, N.Y.: with an account of the rectorship of Rev. P.F. O’Hare. Forces Engaged: Steamer Kensington, Schooner Rachel Seaman, and Mortar Schooner Henry James [US]; Fort Griffith Garrison (30) and 25 mounted men 3 1/2 miles away [CS] Estimated Casualties: Unknown First Battle of Galveston (October 4, ).

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16 GOLDEN FLEECE, Schooner on Georges, in March, nine lost men Sylvester Rust, Master Samuel Rust, brother of the master Edmund Cook, James S. Norwood, Henry Robinson, Samuel Jackman, George Blaisdell, Samuel Atwood, and one man name unknown.

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